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TE 384 - Exceptionality in EC


Curriculum methods and materials will be studied so that candidates develop skills in planning and implementing appropriate educational activities for young children with special needs birth-8 years old. Content in this course will include exploration of early intervention services for young children with special needs, recommended practices for programming with emphasis on curriculum and program implementation across developmental domains, methods of intervention for the whole child/family, typical and atypical development, historical perspectives of special education, the IEP/IFSP and Transition Plan processes, and categories of children with special needs. Fieldwork is required in an early childhood setting. Select course assignments demonstrate alignment with the elementary program courses, TE 316A , TE 316B , TE 430  and TE 432 . Accommodations, additional readings and in-class activities/discussion ensure the 4-8th grade expectations are met.

Requisites: Admitted to the Elemnetary Teacher Education Program. (Required, Previous).

Credits: 4 cr



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